Italianate – Nashville, IL

Added to OHD on 9/14/17   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   14 Comments
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330 N Kaskaskia St, Nashville, IL 62263

  • $44,900
  • 5 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2922 Sq Ft
  • 0.45 Ac.
Beautiful turn of the century house that would make an amazing home with some repairs. 4 Bedrooms upstairs, 1 downstairs with a full bath on each level. Additional bath possible off kitchen that just needs completed to be functional. Large rooms with tons of space. Huge kitchen. A little TLC would make this home a showstopper! Call today. Contact Listing Agent for Seller disclosure form prior to writing an offer. Seller requires that potential buyers execute the disclosure and submit with their offer in order to be considered. **Form attached in documents. ***Seller requires a minimum Earnest Money Deposit of $1,000.
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Donald Breeze, Realty Masters Asset Services,
(618) 242-1155

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14 Comments on Italianate – Nashville, IL

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  1. Lori Hughes says: 114 comments

    Why is the trend to put a stove in the middle of a room? Without ventilation? I loved every room until the kitchen.

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    • gail marie says: 6 comments

      And not even facing the frig. That would drive me crazy.

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    • Emily says: 1 comments

      I don’t know why or who started the trend. But, I had an apartment with that layout several years ago and still miss it! My fridge was off to the left, but the stove was in the middle with the sink behind. You could chop/prep on the side of the island with the fridge, then walk around and cook, pivot behind you and put dishes in the sink. It was really a cook’s kitchen!

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    • Larry Thomas says: 1 comments

      Might be like my old house. Our kitchen has 3 doors, 2 pantry doors, 2 windows and a radiator to work around. Sometimes you just have to work around everything the best you can.

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  2. Colleen J says: 1156 comments

    One solid house at that price, kitchen layout freaked me out LOL, but that could be changed. What is with the 3rd. picture from the bottom, kind of confused, what are they building?

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    • FG says: 89 comments

      Probably a kids loft in the third pictures.

      I wish realtors would take better photos – the house will sell better (seems that several houses today have bad pictures).

      Trying to figure out if the heat is two-pipe steam or hot water, no clear pictures of the radiator connections.

      I don’t mind the layout, but wouldn’t do that myself. I don’t have any ventilation in my kitchen and neither do my parents, never had issues.

      Could easily be a really nice house and looks solid.

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  3. Janet Vodder says: 136 comments

    Wow this exterior speaks to me! Gin and bathrooms need a more deserving restoration. Why no staircase photo?

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  4. abevy says: 327 comments

    Mostly nice floors. I don’t care for kitchen layout either. I don’t know what they are building in third from bottom pictures. Looks bigger than in the first photo showed.

  5. JullesJulles says: 534 comments
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    Holy cow! That front door! I’m in love. What a great Front facade. The interior we can work with.

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  6. Rebecca says: 1 comments

    It was divided into apartments in the 1980’s which is why the layout is so goofy. It’s in my neighborhood.

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  7. Sheila says: 4 comments

    The woodwork alone is worth that price! 😀

    There are more pictures on Zillow showing that yes, the kitchen is huge and the fridge could go opposite the stove it looks like. https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/330-N-Kaskaskia-St-Nashville-IL-62263/120610007_zpid/

  8. Cheryl kay says: 22 comments

    Is there something major wrong with house that it went from $169k to $44k in a year? It’s a lovely house.

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